ASSESSMENT OF THE AWARENESS OF EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS OF THE UNDERGRADUATES
Author(s):
D SUNILA, Dr Kalyana Chakravarthi Thirunagari
Keywords:
Employability Skills, Undergraduates, Awareness, etc
Abstract
In 21st century employers need highly trained graduates with a variety of expertise and attributes as defined by the topic and graduate degree class. The biggest challenges for graduates to join the field of employment are the disparity in training for graduates and expertise available at work. The management organizations have an issue with their graduates' placements. Excessive availability, shortage of basic education, a weak job history, inexperienced teaching facilities and, most notably, lack of realistic and problem-solving potential are the key factors for drying up placement opportunities. "Employability" should not only speak to work development. Employability skills may also be described as 'skills' needed not only to obtain work, but also to advance within an organization in order to reach its capacity and effectively contributes to strategic goals of the business. This paper contrasts the rating of business and students with a selection of skills for start-up employment. The main aim of the article is to analyze awareness of Employability Skills on gendered basis in Undergraduates.
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Unique Paper ID: 150691

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 9

Page(s): 222 - 227
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